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Oct 25, 2015 TieTuesday
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Super Godzilla is a game where you "control" a person "controlling" a "controller" that "controls" Godzilla. sometimes I really recommend you try the game yourself at least a little bit at first on your own, but don't look at a FAQ. It's really weird Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Topics: let's play, TieTuesday, Super Godzilla
Let's Play
Oct 19, 2013 frozentreasure
movies
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The year was 2004. Call of Duty had yet to reach critical mass; Epic Games were still picking out the right shades of brown and grey for Gears of War; and James Bond fans were still licking the wounds of Die Another Day from little over a year previous. EA, in an odd stroke of genius, decided to forgo the idea of making the next interactive Bond adventure another first-person shooter, instead opting to develop Everything or Nothing as a third-person action game, featuring more varied...
Topics: let's play, frozentreasure, 007: Everything or Nothing
Let's Play
May 19, 2013 VivaVizer
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Mirror's Edge is a first person platformer with some gun play developed by EA DICE. It was released on PS3 and XBox 360 in November 2008 and a Windows version was released January 2009. A Time Trial Map Pack was released for the game in February 2009 but it is incompatible with the Steam version of Mirror's Edge. The game is set in an unnamed dystopian city that seems to be safe and comfortable at its pristine surface but only made possible by its totalitarian regime. All communication is...
Topics: let's play, VivaVizer, Mirror's Edge
Let's Play
May 19, 2013 Wethamster
movies
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On December 24, 2012, New York was torn apart by a strange organic structure that emerged from underground, which was later dubbed as "The Babel". Two years before, man-eating creatures called "The Twisted" had been sighted, but they mostly stayed underground and out-of-site until the Babel raised to the surface. After the Babel had raisen, masses of Twisted had started to attack and kill many people in the city. What in the world is this!? this doesn't sound like a Parasite...
Topics: let's play, Wethamster, The Third Birthday
Let's Play
Apr 6, 2013 limp_cheese
movies
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WARNING. ALL VIDEOS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED . YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED. God of War III was released March 16, 2010 for the Playstation 3. It was highly anticipated after the success and cliffhanger ending of God of War II. Like its predecessor, it took everything from the game before and turned it up to 11. Serious graphical improvements and boss battles so large it is hard to tell where your character even is. God of War III follows the adventures of the once god of war turned mortal, Kratos. It...
Topics: let's play, limp_cheese, God of War III
Let's Play
Apr 6, 2013 Edna Mode
movies
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Saint's Row is a sandbox action crime game (read: GTA clone). With great voice acting, an improved control scheme, and a ghetto attitude, it was originally released in 2006 to great critical and commercial success, selling over 2 million copies. Its sequel, Saint's Row 2, was released in 2008 and has sold over 3.4 million copies. Saint's Row the Third is coming out this Winter to great anticipation. I imagine many of us have played Saint's Row 2 or heard of it, and since Saint's Row 3 is on the...
Topics: let's play, Edna Mode, Saints Row
Let's Play
Apr 1, 2013 supergreatfriend
movies
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There is a place beyond death, where every soul that has ever shuffled of this mortal coil finds its spiritual home. It is a place that has no boundaries, no hope, no past and no future, trapped as it is in an unending present. A country of the dead, where the massed ranks of billions upon billions of souls range across a limitless expanse to a dead horizon, shuffling through the echoing halls of vast, funereal palaces, trudging over blasted plains, putrid with morbid vegetation. This is the...
Topics: let's play, supergreatfriend, Shadow Man
Let's Play
Mar 19, 2013 ThornBrain
movies
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Twilight Princess is a 2006 installment in the Legend of Zelda franchise. It was initially intended for release in 2005 on the GameCube, but development was held back in order to redesign the game for the then-upcoming Wii console. It was ultimately released for both consoles with the Wii version having fairly rudimentary motion controls, pointing/aiming being smooth as butter and everything else just being "waggle". The game is a (slight) point of contention among several people and...
Topics: let's play, ThornBrain, Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
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Mar 19, 2013 Xander77
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Puzzle Agent 2 is a puzzle adventure game by Telltale and (naturally enough) a sequel to Puzzle Agent, which has had an excellent LP I recommend you watch: http://lparchive.org/Puzzle-Agent/ The original game was a twisted amalgam of the works of cartoonist Graham Annable, aka grickle and a plot inspired by David Lynch, Stanley Kubrick and the Coen brothers (most notably Fargo). The second game, by comparison, is pretty damn weird. Most Telltale games are somewhat simplified takes on the...
Topics: let's play, Xander77, Puzzle Agent 2
Let's Play
Feb 17, 2013 macnbc
movies
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What’s this Journeyman Project business? Is this like that NBC show that got cancelled a couple years back? No, it’s not the TV show, go away. The Journeyman Project is a series of first-person adventure games released in the 1990s, developed by the now-defunct Presto Studios. The first game was one of the first CD-ROM adventure games ever released, coming out just a few months before the Myst franchise started up. In the games you play an agent in the Temporal Security Agency (TSA) who...
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Topics: let's play, macnbc, Journeyman Project: Pegasus Prime
Let's Play
Feb 17, 2013 MeccaPrime
movies
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Welcome everyone to my newest major LP project: Let's Play the Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. This will be more of a completionist run in that I will collect all of the items and heart pieces and show off most of what the game has to offer. I'll also be showing off some ways to exploit a few glitches along the way if such an opportunity arises. First, some information. Title : The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Genre : Adventure/Dungeon Crawler Release Dates : November 1991 (JP),...
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Topics: let's play, MeccaPrime, Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
Let's Play
Feb 17, 2013 judge reinhold
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The Mega Man Zero series is the successor to the Mega Man X story line. 100 years have passed since the end of the Maverick Wars that were front and center for the X series, and Mega Man X and Zero seem to have vanished. A shadowy government begins persecuting Reploids (robots meant to look like humans) by "retiring" them, and a human scientist girl named Ciel seeks out Zero to aid her Reploid comrades. The game features a very good soundtrack, tweaks on the classic Mega Man gameplay...
Topics: let's play, judge reinhold, Mega Man Zero
Let's Play
Feb 17, 2013 Zackcat & Weird BIAS
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This is Resident Evil 1 for the Gameboy Color. Stop racking your brain trying to recall playing this in your childhood, because it was never released! Until now... Following the success of the original PlayStation edition Resident Evil in 1996, Capcom expanded the game in a number of ports - one of those planned was for the Game Boy Color. In 1999, HotGen Studios, Ltd., a company in the United Kingdom, was selected by Capcom to port the game. A game that until recently was probably one of the...
Topics: let's play, Zackcat & Weird BIAS, Resident Evil 1 (GBC)
Let's Play
Feb 17, 2013 Zackcat
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Megaman.EXE WS is a game in the MegaMan Battle Network series that is a retelling of seasons one and two of the Megaman Battle Network anime. Essentially, the game allows players to "live" the anime. Like Mega Man Network Transmission on the GameCube, Rockman.EXE WS is a side-scrolling action-platforming-RPG, rather than the RPG that the other games in the series are. Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Topics: let's play, Zackcat, Mega Man Battle Network WS
Let's Play
Feb 17, 2013 UnknownMercenary
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Announced in 1999 and released in 2000, Soldier of Fortune is a first person shooter developed by Raven Software. Supposedly, it's based on the real-life exploits of a guy named John Mullins. Beyond the use of his likeness, I don't think the game is based on his life at all unless fighting as a mercenary is just like how it is portrayed in action movies. It was advertised as being "realistic" but really what this means is that you can shoot the limbs off of everybody and people die in...
Topics: let's play, UnknownMercenary, Soldier of Fortune
Let's Play
Feb 16, 2013 njsykora
movies
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Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex was developed by Traveller's Tales and released in 2001 for the PS2 and 2002 for the Xbox and Gamecube. It's the last Crash game to follow the classic formula of warp rooms, crystals, gems, relics etc and the first game in the main series (ignoring Eurocom's party game Crash Bash) not to be developed by Naughty Dog. Like Crash 1-3 the focus is less on simply clearing every level, but going for 105% completion, a feat that requires nothing short of game...
Topics: let's play, njsykora, Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex
Let's Play
Feb 16, 2013 FrenzyTheKillbot
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Condemned 2: Bloodshot was released on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 in early 2008. It is a sequel to the game Condemned: Criminal Origins, which was released in 2005 as a launch title for the Xbox 360. Developed by Monolith Studios and published by Sega, Condemned 2 retains the first-person action/horror style of the original Condemned while advancing the story. In fact, this game can be seen as a prototypical sequel. The mechanics of the game are much better, both graphically and...
Topics: let's play, FrenzyTheKillbot, Condemned 2: Bloodshot
Let's Play
Feb 16, 2013 Pythonicus
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Do you remember how FPS games used to be? Remember the timeless classics like Doom, Quake, Daikatana, and the like? Well, forget all that. We're in the modern age, where people have the ability to regenerate themselves at will and the world is constantly being threatened by... something or other. Regardless, this is Modern Warfare 2, successor, obviously, to the 'box-office smash' CoD4: Modern Warfare. Boasting pretty damn good graphics and a storyline that will make you cry one way or another,...
Topics: let's play, Pythonicus, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
Let's Play
Feb 16, 2013 Niggurath
movies
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Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Topics: let's play, Niggurath, Silent Hill 3
Let's Play
Feb 16, 2013 Niggurath
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So what are some key elements of any good Silent Hill game? A thick, dark, and suffocating atmosphere of emotional horrors? A grinding and metallic sound track and audio effects echoing some malevolent cacophony ringing forth from hell? A deep, symbolic storyline rich in allegories, metaphors, and disturbing imagery? Well the 2004 release, Silent Hill 4: The Room, does indeed have some of that but it also decided to try out a few new ideas. Some of them work and some of them didn't (in fact...
Topics: let's play, Niggurath, Silent Hill 4
Let's Play
Feb 16, 2013 UnknownMercenary
movies
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Just as the Grand Theft Auto series was reaching new heights of popularity with GTA3 and Vice City, many imitators were released. One of them, True Crime: Streets of LA, was popular enough to warrant a sequel, this time set in New York. The game stars street thug turned police officer Marcus Reed, who must solve the murder of his mentor and fellow officer Terry Higgins, while keeping the streets of Manhattan safe from crime. The game itself plays pretty much like a GTA game, except you have a...
Topics: let's play, UnknownMercenary, True Crime: New York City
Let's Play
Feb 15, 2013 Metroixer
movies
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OW:MO was released as a launch title for the xbox console in 2001. It is the third in a series of games known as Oddworld, and follows a 5-game "Quintology". Which was supposed to tell an epic story of how the natives have overthrown the industrialists in Oddworld. The game suffers from some gameplay faults. As an early xbox platformer it has wonky handling (jumping can be a real pain) as well as strange controls (camera movement with the D-Pad). The environments can get kinda bland...
Topics: let's play, Metroixer, Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee
Let's Play
Feb 13, 2013 Bobbin Threadbare
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Alpha Protocol is a game where player input is important and hard decisions have to be made. AP follows the spy genre conventions: the hero, codenamed Michael Thorton, has just joined a super-secret US government agency, known as Alpha Protocol. Once he's established himself, he sets himself to fight against America's enemies, and going into further detail would involve spoilers. Let's just say that you can expect significant duplicity, stealth, betrayals, and, of course, plenty of gunfights....
Topics: let's play, Bobbin Threadbare, Alpha Protocol
Let's Play
Feb 12, 2013 Catsworth
movies
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Jurassic Park: The Game is an episodic third-person adventure game developed by Telltale Games released November 15th, 2011. The game is set shortly after the catastrophic system failure that takes place on Isla Nublar during the film Jurassic Park by Steven Spielberg, which itself was based on the book of the same name by Michael Chrichton. The game follows the events of the movie rather than the novel. Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Topics: let's play, Catsworth, Jurassic Park: The Game
Let's Play
Feb 12, 2013 davidspackage
movies
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Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Topics: let's play, davidspackage, Hopkins FBI
Let's Play
Feb 11, 2013 Just A Friend, Sinatrapod
movies
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Ripto's Rage, developed by Insomniac Games, is the sequel to the 1998 platformer "Spyro the Dragon". The original Insomniac trilogy finishes off with "Spyro: Year of the Dragon". The games were exclusive to Playstation and they kind of became a bastion for the Playstation brand. Spyro 2 was released in North America under "Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!" on October 31, 1999 and in Europe as "Spyro 2: Gateway to Glimmer" on November 5, 1999. Japan got it on March...
Topics: let's play, Just A Friend, Sinatrapod, Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage
Let's Play
Feb 11, 2013 MeccaPrime
movies
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Vectorman is set in a future where the Earth got so trashed that humans left the planet; robots (orbots?) were left behind to clean shit up so when the humans get back, the place is nice and neat ( I was wondering where Pixar got the idea ). While Vectorman was dumping trash on the sun, his supervisor was the victim of a workplace accident that caused him to turn evil and want to destroy the world or something. Vectorman returns from his trip hoping for a nice break but finds out that NOW HE...
Topics: let's play, MeccaPrime, Vectorman 1 and 2
Let's Play
Feb 11, 2013 Maple Leaf
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That’s right! Metroid: Other M was released for the Nintendo Wii in North America on August 31st, 2010. It was the first Japan-made Metroid game since Zero Mission, and was developed by a group calling themselves “Project M”, consisting of members from Nintendo, Team Ninja (Dead or Alive, Ninja Gaiden), and D-Rockets (cutscenes). It was developed, published, and written by a long-haired Japanese hippy named Yoshio Sakamoto, a man who also directed every Metroid game excluding the original...
Topics: let's play, Maple Leaf, Metroid: Other M
Let's Play
Feb 11, 2013 davidspackage
movies
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Stonekeep. Interplay, 1995. What began as a simple tile-based dungeon crawler was swept up by ambition and pigheaded-ness, making what could have been a true classic into a long overdue, technologically disappointing odd duck that few remember. Sure, it had its strengths – atmospheric music, a very simplified user interface that allowed focus on exploration and combat, interesting graphics (digitized actors in monster suits!) – but a tile-based faux-3D game, in first person perspective, at...
Topics: let's play, davidspackage, Stonekeep
Let's Play
Feb 11, 2013 limp_cheese
movies
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God of War 2 was released for the Playstation 2 March of 2007 by Santa Monica Studios. By this time the Playstation 3 was already released and the market was drying for Playstation 2 games. Even though it came at the end of the Playstation 2's life, God of War 2 is considered one of the greatest games for that system. Featuring a large improvement on graphics and gameplay, God of War 2 took everything from the first game and turned it up to 11. The game follows the story of Kratos, as he...
Topics: let's play, limp_cheese, God of War 2
Let's Play
Feb 11, 2013 Mico
movies
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Majora's Mask, the second 3D Zelda game, did things a bit... differently. It broke all the rules. Masks that let you change shape, four dungeons instead of eight, but most importantly, the repeating 3-day cycle. Released in 2000 for the N64, and originally named Zelda Gaiden, Majora's Mask is a direct sequel to Ocarina of Time. It's pretty much the only clear part about the zelda timeline (also please don't talk about the zelda timeline, it's really confusing). It was also one of maybe three...
Topics: let's play, Mico, Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Let's Play
Feb 11, 2013 KKoserYaks
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Who remembers the golden age of licensed games? The days when despite the fact that they were just for marketing strategy, these games were well-developed and proven to be decent or even great games? I think it's safe to assume that this game, even though it's not one that stuck out as well, is a great part of that pile of actual effort. Although as children, we did not grow accustomed to an Aladdin who jumps on his foes, at least he demonstrates some unique aspects of platforming that you...
Topics: let's play, KKoserYaks, Aladdin
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 toddy.
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Many years after the memorable trainwreck that was Ys III, Falcom had been rather quiet on the Ys front - in fact, the two Ys IV games weren't directly produced by Falcom themselves but rather by other studios (Tonkin House and Hudsonsoft). Falcom decided it was high time to stop re-releasing Ys I&II over and over again and try to make a fresh, new take on the Ys series. It borrowed many assets from its predecessors, but it broke the barrier into 3D. This game was released for the PC in...
Topics: let's play, toddy., Ys: The Oath in Felghana
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 Weird BIAS & 8BitRedMage
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Final Fantasy XII was conceptualized by SquareEnix's Matsuno as part of the Ivalice series of games. Unfortunately due to rumored pressure to get a game out and disputes over such trivial things as the main character, Matsuno left the company for 'health' reasons while FFXII was halfway through development. The result is a game that has some interesting concepts but an inconsistent story and characters. The gameplay itself can be described similarly as interesting with some caveats. The game...
Topics: let's play, Weird BIAS & 8BitRedMage, Final Fantasy XII
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 toddy.
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Ys III: Wanderers from Ys is the third game in Ys, an action-roleplaying series of games developed by Nihom Falcom Corporation. Originally developed for the NEC PC-8801 and 9801, it would soon see its way to being released on many other consoles including the MSX and Sharp X68000. In later years it would continue to release the game for the Famicom, Super Nintendo, PCEngine and Sega Mega Drive. The game boasted a broad list of changes from its predecessors, boasting a sidescrolling adventure...
Topics: let's play, toddy., Ys III: Wanderers from Ys
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 Captain Flame Guy
movies
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Castlevania Order of Ecclesia is the third installment of Castlevania titles on the DS. It is an action platformer with RPG elements which revolves around exploration, loot everything there is to loot and vanquish evil while you're at it. Like most recent Castlevania titles it follows the same formula as Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. I personally like to compare it a lot with Castlevania: Aria/Dawn of Sorrow. Why? Aria of Sorrow introduced the Soul System. Order of Ecclesia has something...
Topics: let's play, Captain Flame Guy, Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 Nidoking
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Don't let the thread title confuse you... Prince of Persia: Sands of Time is an amazing game. One of my favorites, and probably a favorite of everyone who's played it. It has one of my favorite video game soundtracks ever, the gameplay is fluid and fun, the characters are interesting and interact well with each other (not that there are many of them), and the time manipulation mechanic rewards both skilled and unskilled players by making mistakes less painful and combat less onerous. The combat...
Topics: let's play, Nidoking, Prince of Persia: Warrior Within
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 ThornBrain
movies
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Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Topics: let's play, ThornBrain, Bomberman Generation
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 njsykora
movies
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Diddy Kong Racing is a game released for the Nintendo 64 in November 1997. Developed by the then-legendary Rareware it was one of very few games at the time to receive a near-simultanious worldwide launch, only a week separating the games North American launch from Europe and Japan. It stood out from other racing games at the time such as Mario Kart and Wipeout thanks to its Adventure mode. In this mode the aim is to win races and collect Golden Balloons to force the evil bully Wizpig off of...
Topics: let's play, njsykora, Diddy Kong Racing
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 Brassherald
movies
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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction is the fifth game in the Splinter Cell franchise. It was first released on April 13, 2010 for the XBox 360, and the next week released for the PC. The goal of the development company was to make a game with a James bond/Jason Bourne feel to it, where stealth was not about crawling along slowly, I think they succeeded in making it fun. While the game is short, it only has one weak level, and has a pretty good story, that many likened to an episode of 24. I...
Topics: let's play, Brassherald, Splinter Cell: Conviction
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 kloudtana
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The King of Demons (or Majyuuou (or Majuu Ou?)) is a 1995 SNES game produced by KSS. You play as Strutmaster Abel on a quest to rescue his wife and daughter from THE KING OF DEMONS . He is willing to do anything to save his family including BECOMING A DEMON HIMSELF. When at first it seems like Castlevania with a gun, this is really only true for the first stage. As you progress through the game you change forms several times. I will be showing all of them off by the time I am done with this...
Topics: let's play, kloudtana, King of Demons
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 Mastigophoran
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Around 9 years ago, the fruit of a collaboration of Derek Yu and Jon Perry was born. That fruit's name was Eternal Daughter. Derek Yu has since become incredibly famous across the globe for other games he's been involved in (that you may have actually heard of) such as Aquaria, I'm OK, and Spelunky. Jon Perry, however, doesn't have a wikipedia page, although he (and presumably with Yu's involvement) did release another of their games, Diabolika, onto the iPhone recently. In addition, Derek Yu...
Topics: let's play, Mastigophoran, Eternal Daughter
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 Kaubocks
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Honestly if you haven't heard of this game I'm not entirely surprised. Disappointed, but not surprised. Half-Minute Hero is an RPG released for the PSP in late 2009, then had a (in my opinion) somewhat butchered re-release on XBox Live Arcade under the name Half-Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax in mid 2011. The graphics are quirky and fun, the writing is top-notch in a very tongue-in-cheek way, and the music is absolutely phenomenal. The whole premise of the game is that it breaks down an RPG...
Topics: let's play, Kaubocks, Half-Minute Hero
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 My Name is Kaz
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Odin Sphere is a side-scrolling action game for the PS2 set in the fantastical world of Erion that follows the stories of five warriors beset by tragedy, torment, and hunger. The little girl falling asleep in her mother's attic above is Alice. She's the one who reads those epic tales of war, conflict, and cooking. Playing this game for a few minutes got me hooked. The illustration is magnificent. The plot is compelling and the characters rich. The acting is smart. The game is so good that it...
Topics: let's play, My Name is Kaz, Odin Sphere
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 Syrg Sapphire
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So a while back there was this action-RPG called X-Men Legends, and because Activision published it, there was inevitably a sequel called X-Men Legends II. The first game went "okay, let's kinda pretend to be the comics in case those guys want in". This one decided fuck that noise, we're going to mash up so much shit you have no idea what's coming next. Similarly, they also made sure you had no idea who the fuck you got to play as from version to version. There was not only an N-Gage...
Topics: let's play, Syrg Sapphire, X-Men Legends II
Let's Play
Feb 10, 2013 Star Man
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Created by Parallax Software and published by Interplay in 1995, Descent is a first person shooter that is played with six-degrees of freedom. The player is able to move in any direction they choose. The player may move forward, backward, left and right, up and down, and can bank left or right without any restriction. This freedom of movement has been the game's defining feature. In this game, you are a mercenary with the call sign Vertigo-One hired by the Post Terran Mineral Corporation (PTMC)...
Topics: let's play, Star Man, Descent
Let's Play
Feb 9, 2013 BioEnchanted
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Welcome to the Haunted Mansion. I will be your host this day, BioEnchanted! Within these halls you will find horrors beyond you wildest nightmares. But don't be afraid! They don't bite. Keep your hand and arms inside the thread at all times, and don't forget your Death Certificate. What is this? This is a game released on the PS2 in 2003 by High Voltage Software. It is an action adventure game, where the objective is to exorcise the evil spirits within the mansion and turn on the lights. Each...
Topics: let's play, BioEnchanted, Haunted Mansion
Let's Play
Feb 9, 2013 Spiffo
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Grandia 3 is a PS2 game made by those guys down at Game Arts in 2005. It's pretty overlooked for an RPG and a lot of people thought it's wasn't that great compared to others but we still like it nonetheless. It's colorful, it's charming, it's got some neat characters, a pretty neat story even if they didn't know all what to do with it and a unique battle system. I find it unique in that it focuses not only on the main combat (dealing damage, healing) but also on a meta-battle of gauge...
Topics: let's play, Spiffo, Grandia III
Let's Play
Feb 9, 2013 dscruffy1
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The Warriors is a 3D Brawler from Rockstar Games released in late 2005 for the PS2 and XBox systems. It's the 3D transition of the side-scrolling beat 'em up that Final Fight: Streetwise really should have been. The Warriors is based on a movie from 1979, which is in turn based on a book from 1965. The Warriors are a street gang based out of Coney Island, and the events of the game/movie cover their interactions with the other gangs of New York. The game is a tie-in to the movie, explaining the...
Topics: let's play, dscruffy1, The Warriors
Let's Play
Feb 9, 2013 Metroixer
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Donkey Kong Country 2 came out in 1995, one year after its predecessor. In that one year Rareware managed to make a game that captured the hearts of monkey fans everywhere, sporting a bigger world, an excellent soundtrack (all hail David Wise), Bonus rooms with a point, more animal buddies, and even a running theme (pirates!). It would be known as one of the greatest platformers on the Super Nintendo (an opinion I will probably drive into your head for the entirety of this LP) as well as having...
Topics: let's play, Metroixer, Donkey Kong Country 2
Let's Play
Feb 9, 2013 Syrg Sapphire
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Blade Kitten was a game released to digital-distribution exclusively at the end of 2010, published by Atari. It was based on "Space Captain Steve's" webcomic of the same name, focusing on a catgirl Felion named Kit Ballard, who is, of course, a bounty hunter in space with a tragic past- blah blah you don't care about this and the comic isn't really that good. Atari stepped in to publish it for them, and despite being a little pressed for time, reports state that "Episode 2"...
Topics: let's play, Syrg Sapphire, Blade Kitten
Let's Play
Feb 9, 2013 salttotart
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This title received quite a bit of hype since its release in 2010, including a few “Game of Year’s” bestowed upon it and other achievements on its developers. While originally released only on XBLA, it has been ported to PSN, Steam, and more recently, the Mac App Store. It was also included in an indie game trio pack alongside Trials HD and ’Splosion Man last year. Is all the exaltation reasonable? Is this game really so good as to put it on such a high pedestal? We’ll find out....
Topics: let's play, salttotart, Limbo
Let's Play
Feb 9, 2013 WeaponBoy
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The Force Unleashed is a game released by Lucasarts in late 2008. Simultaneously, the game was released by several other developers for an absurd number of consoles and platforms ranging from the Wii, to iOS devices, to the fucking N-Gage. The Force Unleashed was developed with several new technologies—some even exclusively developed for this game—to create a much more realistic world in order to really let the player, ahem, unleash the force in ways it never had before. The game received...
Topics: let's play, WeaponBoy, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
Let's Play
Feb 9, 2013 FrenzyTheKillbot
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Blood Stone is the newest James Bond 007 (registered trademark) video game. It is literally unlike any Bond game I have ever played. The game that is the closest analogue, by mechanics and style, is Splinter Cell: Conviction; a good game, but not exactly what you'd think of when you think Bond. Still, this game is quite well done, and has a pretty good story,for James Bond, although the writing is a little misogynist (but again this is the famous Double O we're talking about). There's even talk...
Topics: let's play, FrenzyTheKillbot, 007: Blood Stone
Let's Play
Feb 9, 2013 VoidBurger
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Silent Hill: The Arcade is an hour-long railshooter about a spooky boat or something. It's similar to House of the Dead and based off the Silent Hill franchise. It's the only SH game to deviate from the usual survival horror style, aside from the Play Novel, which no one seems to like anyway, and now Shattered Memories, which everyone's pretty divided over. The game was released in Japan in August 2007, and released in the UK in 2008. It's got tons of recycled monsters, levels, and bosses, so...
Topics: let's play, VoidBurger, Silent Hill: The Arcade
Let's Play
Feb 9, 2013 Bobbin Threadbare
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Imagine you made a list of all the good things you wanted more of from Thief: The Dark Age and then also made a list of bad things you wanted to go away, at least for most of the time. Now imagine that the developers got your lists, and then built their next game around them, as well as tossing in a few new tricks they came up with on their own. Welcome to The Metal Age. While Thief 1 had issues stemming from "Garrett's profession is 'thief,' not 'adventuring archaeologist' and/or 'undead...
Topics: let's play, Bobbin Threadbare, Thief II: The Metal Age
Let's Play
Feb 9, 2013 Coolguye and TheLastRoboKy
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Transformers: War for Cybertron is a third person shooter released in 2010, to help kick off the new Aligned continuity that Hasbro has launched for the Transformers franchise. The game itself completely takes place on Cybertron, the homeworld of the Transformers, and features no whiny humans at all. The Autobots would not admit to being ecstatic about this development, but their constant merry drinking says more than enough there. The biggest thing that sets War for Cybertron apart from...
Topics: let's play, Coolguye and TheLastRoboKy, Transformers: War for Cybertron
Let's Play
Feb 8, 2013 Niggurath
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So as we are currently living in very tumultuous times, what with the end of the Mayan calender coming around and the many cries of the 'Duke Bros' holocaust still ringing loudly in our ears, I figured it would be a good time to reflect on the forgotten years of one of America's greatest heroes..... No, no; a much greater man than even our current monarch. Nay, the man I'm referring to was a true patriot. First seen fighting against Dr. Proton's evil robotic forces in Operation Desert Storm and...
Topics: let's play, Niggurath, Duke Nukem Grab Bag
Let's Play
Feb 8, 2013 Colon V
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What is Super Mario World? Super Mario World was a pack-in launch title platformer and Killer App for the Super Famicom and Super Nintendo Entertainment System. If you need to know more about that, the Wikipedia article is here . What's important here is that it's a classic platformer that I've played far too much, and was inspired to play an LP through by Vicas' Super Mario 64 LP , which he has been playing with his feet. What is the gimmick? There actually ended up being several gimmicks by...
Topics: let's play, Colon V, Super Mario World
Let's Play
Feb 8, 2013 Blackbelt Boltman
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If you've ever wondered what if would be like if Final Fantasy was crossed with Disney, you probably love Kingdom Hearts. It's a series known for its action/platforming, insanely convoluted plot, and surplus of games with goofy titles. Though there are only two numbered games, the rest have all had varying degrees of importance to the overall plot, ranging from completely vital (Chain of Memories and Birth By Sleep) to skippable (this game, and also Re:Coded) Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days (read...
Topics: let's play, Blackbelt Boltman, Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days
Let's Play
Feb 8, 2013 Niggurath
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As increases in console gaming started to take attention away from PC gaming it was only natural for Duke to stretch his wings out to fly onto the highly successful PS1 platform. Originally doing this with a port of his highly successful 3D outing with the 'Total Meltdown' version of Duke Nukem 3D, Duke and 3D Realms decide to try out an entirely new IP to get all those PS1 folks on board with the Dukester. So along comes 'Time to Kill' in 1998, just one after 'Total Meltdown', with Duke in a...
Topics: let's play, Niggurath, Duke Nukem: Time to Kill
Let's Play
Feb 8, 2013 KasaiAisu
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Dark Cloud 2 (also known as Dark Chronicle in PAL regions) is a dungeon crawler released in 2003 for the PS2 by developer Level-5. You may know them for Rogue Galaxy, Dragon Quest VIII, or White Knight Chronicles. It's a great game that was loved by most who played it, and it's considered better in nearly every way to the previous game. In dungeons, you control either Max or Monica, who have wrenches & guns or swords & armlets, respectively. They play relatively similar with a few...
Topics: let's play, KasaiAisu, Dark Cloud 2
Let's Play
Feb 8, 2013 Niggurath
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Silent Hill 2 is the second installment of the Silent Hill series and the first game of the series to be released for Sony PlayStation 2. It launched in North America on September 24th, 2001 for the PS2 and was later ported to Microsoft Xbox (with the subtitle "Restless Dreams" and included previously unreleased features such as a playable sub-scenario) and the PC. James Sunderland has arrived in the town of Silent Hill after receiving a letter from his wife, Mary, despite the fact...
Topics: let's play, Niggurath, Silent Hill 2
Let's Play
Feb 8, 2013 Khad
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Swat 4 is a tactical FPS where you command a team of four other SWAT members through various scenarios including warrant services, barricaded subjects, and hostage situations. SWAT 4 was released in April of 2005 and adapted a similar playstyle of SWAT 3. The other two SWAT games are more of a top-down isometric view. SWAT 4 uses the Unreal 2.0 engine. As a tactical shooter, this game is more slow paced and requires you to follow procedures such as handcuffing EVERYONE you encounter in a level...
Topics: let's play, Khad, SWAT 4
Let's Play
Feb 8, 2013 Khad
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Again I have no idea! This, like a lot of my LP's, is a blind run. Specifically, this is a blind run of a horror game which you folks seem to like to see me do. Unlike my previous lp, the Penumbra trilogy, I don't think there is a lot of puzzle solving (at least physics or inventory based anyhow). This game seems to be more of a bioschock-esque (new word folks) video game where you run around shooting zombies and shit. Again, this is only an assumption I am making as someone who has never...
Topics: let's play, Khad, Cryostasis: The Sleep of Reason
Let's Play
Feb 7, 2013 VoidBurger
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Silent Hill: Shattered Memories (which shall henceforth be called "ShatMemz") is a horror-themed adventure game "survival horror" video game and is a reimagining of the first game in the Silent Hill series. It was released on December 9th, 2009 for the Wii, PS2 and PSP. The advertising for the game emphasized the horror (amplified by the lack of combat) and the story which was (seemingly) very strongly influenced by "psychological factors" which the game takes into...
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Topics: let's play, VoidBurger, Silent Hill: Shattered Memories
Let's Play
Feb 7, 2013 mateo360
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ReBoot is a CGI-animated show created by Mainframe Entertainment that aired between 1994 and 2001 ran for 4 seasons. It revolves around the adventures of computer programs living inside the computer of Mainframe (real creative there Mainframe Entertainment). The show first aired on ABC and was put under heavy restrictions much to the irritation of the creators. The games was released about four months after the show was canceled in it's third season. The game came was not held under the same...
Topics: let's play, mateo360, ReBoot
Let's Play
Jan 20, 2013 Niggurath
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It's the distant future and the entire universe is embroiled in war and constant chaos. Endless races are wiped from the face of existence as a myriad of different totaliterian cultures rampage violently in an endless struggle for supremecy, hunger, or getting shiny new bitz. Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Topics: let's play, Niggurath, Dawn of War II: Retribution
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 DO IT TO IT
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Resident Evil (titled "Biohazard" in Japan) was released on the Playstation in 1996 and was directed by the now-heralded Shinji Mikami. It was one of the very first games to establish the phrase "survival horror." Known for its sluggish controls and bad voice acting, the classic game has now sold over 2.7 million copies. It established the concepts and characters that would stick around all the way to the recent Resident Evil 5, such as Chris Redfield, Albert Wesker and the...
Topics: let's play, DO IT TO IT, Resident Evil 1-3 & CV:X
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 davidspackage
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In 1994, there was Star Trek Generations, a pretty good Trek movie up until the last act, when the plot stops returning making sense's calls, and Captain Kirk shows up in a --in my humble opinion-- completely counterproductive and undesirable last moment of glory. Good movie, but I think cutting out the entire Kirk storyline and the thereby unnecessary time travel parts would've made it far better. But never mind that. Three years after the release of the movie, there was this game, Star Trek...
Topics: let's play, davidspackage, Star Trek Generations
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 Ambisagrus
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Little King's Story is an odd little game. It's part Pikmin-ish strategy, part (very simple) kingdom-building. The art direction is mostly a sort of fantasy European style, and all of the music is public domain stuff. At first glance it might seem like a cheap budget title, but give it a chance and you'll realize it's a surprisingly deep and extremely charming game. The story here is that a young boy, in our case named Corobo, finds a magical crown that allows him to gather followers and...
Topics: let's play, Ambisagrus, Little King's Story
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 Ceciltron & Just A Friend
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Titan Quest is an action RPG developed by Iron Lore Entertainment. It was published and released by THQ on June 26, 2006 with an expansion, Immortal Throne on July 17, 2007. Though some will tell you it's a mere diablo clone, this is a skin deep comparison. It is a point and click hack and slash with masteries (classes) and bindable keys and such, but the story, graphics and mythological setting brings more to the table than any simple diablo knock-off. When Titan Quest was released, it...
Topics: let's play, Ceciltron & Just A Friend, Titan Quest
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 WeaponBoy
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Dark Sector is a third-person, over-the-shoulder, cover-based, hyphenated-word shooter developed by Digital Extremes, the same people who made Unreal Tournament. Originally announced in February of 2000, it quickly fell into development hell and went unheard of for years where it shifted wildly between being an Unreal Tournament-style arena shooter, a space-based survival horror and finally settling on being a Russian dismemberment simulator. The game, while a great deal of fun, had the bad...
Topics: let's play, WeaponBoy, Dark Sector
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 EntranceJew
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Blue Stinger is a survival horror game in the vein of the first couple of Resident Evil, with the unique distinction of not having fixed camera angles and tank controls in the North American release. The story is that our protagonist Eliot G. Ballade was on board a boat with crew-mate Tim during a vacation from his service as an elite ESER member off the coast of Jurassic Park Dinosaur Island when an object falls from the sky and some crazy things happen that wind up washing Eliot ashore a pier...
Topics: let's play, EntranceJew, Blue Stinger
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 ThornBrain
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Bomberman Jetters is a 2002 GameCube installment in the long-running Bomberman franchise that is an inexplicable adaptation of one of its anime adaptations (while having nothing to do with its plot). You take on the role of White Bomber as he fights the Hige Hige Bandits, a pathetic group of villains that have somehow come up with the diabolical plan to destroy Planet Bomber. White Bomber must team up with his rival Max and several Pokemon-esque Charaboms to save Planet Bomber from the Hige...
Topics: let's play, ThornBrain, Bomberman Jetters
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 Niggurath
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Released in the summer of 1995, the PC title Phantasmagoria was a ground breaking title not only for Sierra On-line (Sierra mostly having been known for it's much more comedic or fantasy based Quest series games; Phantasmagoria was only the second title to reach into really 'adult' territory being beaten by a year by Gabriel Knight) but also for computer games as a whole with it's dramatic usage of full motion video and actors (Phantasmagoria is stated as being the first video game title to use...
Topics: let's play, Niggurath, Phantasmagoria
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 FrenzyTheKillbot
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Quantum of Solace is one of the newest James Bond video games and the first movie based Bond game in 3 years. The last Bond game that was released at the same time as the movie it's based on was The World is Not Enough in 2000. This game covers both of the new Daniel Craig movies, Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace. As the game is built on the CoD4 engine, the game is very playable and is in fact quite good. While the levels are easily identifiable for a fan of the movies, they will seem...
Topics: let's play, FrenzyTheKillbot, 007: Quantum of Solace
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 dendy crew
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Wordimagesoundplay is not really a game, but an art project released by tomato for the PS2 in 2004. It enjoyed a limited release of 4-5 thousand copies, released only in Japan (despite being made in the UK). The game is really not that fun at all and can be really boring, especially in the first two segments of this thing which we will square away before getting to the good stuff! If you enjoy really bizarre and esoteric games as Minifoo and I do, you may enjoy this short LP. We are looking at...
Topics: let's play, dendy crew, wordimagesoundplay
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 Mugiwara Yoshi
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Take the already pretty damn good Pikmin ; drop the 30 day time limit; give you more to see, do, kill, and hoarde; and make it even prettier. You get a pretty damn excellent game. It's Pikmin 2 . Following the events of the first Pikmin : Captain Olimar returns to his home planet Hocotate, only to discover his company's President and his fellow freighter Louie have put the company in debt to the tune of 10100 Pokos. Luckily a bottle cap from the Pikmin planet is discovered to knock 100 of those...
Topics: let's play, Mugiwara Yoshi, Pikmin 2
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 ThornBrain
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2001's 007: Agent Under Fire is one of the first non-movie tie-in James Bond games and the first to play out like a full bond game, and surprisingly it's one of the most balls-out fun titles in James' gaming history. Agent Under Fire is a true-to-heart Bond pastiche: guns and gadgets, witty one-liners and sexual innuendos, and explosions out any orifice of your choice. Even the orchestral stings are having the time of their lives (hence the thread title). The game isn't the most challenging...
Topics: let's play, ThornBrain, 007: Agent Under Fire
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 supergreatfriend
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While Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro is mainly known for the love-it-or-hate-it Deadly Premonition, he has worked on other games in the past, usually as a writer or designer. However, he has been in the director's chair for one other game besides Deadly Premonition, and that was 2004's Spy Fiction. Someone who may expect Swery's previous work to be like Deadly Premonition may be surprised by Spy Fiction. The game is stealth-action, working heavily from the template that Metal Gear Solid...
Topics: let's play, supergreatfriend, Spy Fiction
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 Metroixer
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Donkey Kong Country is a neat platformer game made by rare, released in 1994. The advertising for it revolved around some revolutionary technology, at the time at least, where 3d characters were put in 2D planes. Luckily, the good people who made the game were sure to give the soundtrack, level design, and overall charm of the game as much love as they did to the graphics. Despite this, Miyamoto got mad, criticising the game for having americans care more about visuals, and as a result yoshi's...
Topics: let's play, Metroixer, Donkey Kong Country
Let's Play
Jan 12, 2013 DemonTrigger
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Donkey Kong Country 3 was released in November 1996 for the Super Nintendo. It was released a few months after the N64 was, which may have hurt its sales. In addition, DKC3 is considered by most to be not as good as the first two Donkey Kong Country games, and tends to be overshadowed by them. Despite these criticisms, DKC3 is still an excellent game on its own, and is really solid throughout without succumbing to the lack of creativity that most sequels experience. The plot is simply that...
Topics: let's play, DemonTrigger, Donkey Kong Country 3
Let's Play
Jan 11, 2013 supergreatfriend
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So, what do you suppose you get when you cross Resident Evil 4, Shenmue, and Twin Peaks? The answer took the form of a game released in February of 2010; a low budget survival horror game from a small Japanese studio. Originally known as Rainy Woods in 2007, and given the name Red Seeds Profile upon release in Japan, the version of the game released in America was called Deadly Premonition. Developed by Access Games, and headed up by game director Hidetaka Suehiro (better known as SWERY),...
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Topics: let's play, supergreatfriend, Deadly Premonition
Let's Play
Dec 22, 2012 Musical_Daredevil
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Rainbow Six is a tactical shooter released for the PC by Red Storm Entertainment (first founded by Tom Clancy, now owned by Ubisoft) in 1998. The Developers originally planned for the game to be about a more international version of the FBI Hostage Rescue Team. The premise changed somewhat, however, when the developers learned that Tom Clancy was writing a novel on international terrorism. They then adopted the name of Tom Clancy's book "Rainbow Six" and changed some of the missions...
Topics: let's play, Musical_Daredevil, Rainbow Six
Let's Play
Dec 22, 2012 Geop
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Shadow of the Colossus takes place nearing the edge of the known world, in an area known only as "The Forbidden Land". It is here that a demon (or god of sorts), known as Dormin, resides. Dormin, having the power to bring back the dead, is approached by the protagonist, Wander, who makes a deal with the entity. If Wander slays sixteen colossi who roam the lands, Dormin will revive a girl, known as Mono, whose body Wander carries with him. However, these colossi are living mountains,...
Topics: let's play, Geop, Shadow of the Colossus
Let's Play
Dec 22, 2012 Coulis
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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow is a 2010 action adventure game made by the crazy spaniards who brought us Clive Barker's Jericho. It's supposed to be a reboot/revamp of the cult-classic Castlevania series, but it actually has very little in common with it. Still, it's worth a look ! Don't be scared by the God of War copy appearance, it's a good game with a terrific art direction. The plot is fucking bad, but that doesn't stop it from being catchy. With Patrick Stewart, Robert Carlyle and other...
Topics: let's play, Coulis, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
Let's Play
Dec 22, 2012 Khad
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Yep, I am that uncreative. That and when I heard about this game, I wanted to try it out. From the sounds of it, it is a survival horror adventure game. I assume that means Myst with zombies and shit. The difference between this LP and the other one (I think) is that I will be running this blind. With that said, I have not watched the other LP other than the first few minutes to see how they did it (with sub titles). That other LP can be found here. As with my other LPs, I plan to inject my...
Topics: let's play, Khad, Penumbra Collection
Let's Play
Dec 22, 2012 Nidoking
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If you've ever played a Coktel game before, or watched an LP of one, you might think you know what to expect from other Coktel games - nonsensical puzzles, a confusing story that isn't very well explained, translation errors that make things even more difficult than they need to be, and frequent trips to a FAQ or the Joker menu if you ever want to see how it all ends. Lost in Time is no exception, although it could probably be said that it has even more of all of those things than any other...
Topics: let's play, Nidoking, Lost in Time
Let's Play
Dec 22, 2012 TwoDayLife
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Hey! Welcome to Let's Play Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus. Abe's Exoddus was the second game set in the Oddworld universe. It the sequel to Abe's Oddysee was then followed by Munch's Oddysee, and Stranger's Wrath. In Abe's Exoddus we, once again, take the role of Abe, a former Mudokon slave who became the savior of Mudokons. Abe is contacted by ghost of his ancestors this time around, and must go and save their bones, along with other Mudokon slaves. You can get the full backstory by checking out...
Topics: let's play, TwoDayLife, Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus
Let's Play
Dec 22, 2012 Faceguy
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Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door is a RPG that was created by Intelligent Systems and was released in North America on October 11, 2004. It is the second game in the Paper Mario series (Paper Mario for the N64 and Super Paper Mario for the Wii) and is considered to be the best in the series. Critics have claimed that this game isn't a huge visual upgrade from the first Paper Mario, but they're retarded. Not only does this game look great, but it has aged well due to its interesting artistic...
Topics: let's play, Faceguy, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Let's Play
Dec 22, 2012 FirstAidKite
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Hey all! Welcome to the Kingdom Hearts thread, a thread about how good the original Kingdom Hearts is and how awful the sequels became! To put it short, the original Kingdom Hearts is a crazy fun action RPG that mixes together Disney's sense of whimsy and Squaresoft's sense of...highly improbable weaponry? Either way, it's a fun game about bashing the physical embodiments of the darkness in peoples' hearts with a gigantic key. What more could you ask for? Original Archived Let's Play available...
Topics: let's play, FirstAidKite, Kingdom Hearts
Let's Play
Dec 22, 2012 Nidoking
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The original Space Quest was an attempt by two Sierra programmers to create a parody of both science fiction and adventure games, and it worked. It worked well. It may have worked TOO well. The game spawned no less than five sequels and developed a huge following among adventure game fans. Its scope and popularity are probably second only to Sierra's flagship series, King's Quest, among all of the company's adventure game properties, and Space Quest arguably had the dignity to end before...
Topics: let's play, Nidoking, Space Quest Collection
Let's Play
Dec 22, 2012 Egomaniac
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Siren: Blood Curse is a PS3 game released by Sony in July 2008, and is a remake of the 2003 PS2 game Siren. Blood Curse was initially available only for download from the online Playstation Store, with a staggered Blu-ray release beginning later in Japan, Europe and Australia. In North America, download or import remain the only way to play the game. The story follows an American television crew for the paranormal investigative program "Encounters" as they visit a tiny village in the...
Topics: let's play, Egomaniac, Siren: Blood Curse
Let's Play
Dec 22, 2012 Ambisagrus
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Everything comes from something. We were before we became. From life comes rhythm, and from rhythm comes life. We are beings of information. Everything is a conduit for learning. We communicate in bits and bytes. And we will return to something once we become nothing. After our BIT.TRIP is complete. Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Topics: let's play, Ambisagrus, BIT.TRIP
Let's Play
Dec 22, 2012 A Wooden Palisade
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"Sorta like a dream, isn't it?" "No, better." Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Topics: let's play, A Wooden Palisade, Synaesthete
Let's Play
Dec 20, 2012 DICKS FOR DINNER
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The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening was the fourth Zelda game, and the first handheld one to be released, in August of 1993. Critical reception was great, and the game went on to sell 3.83 million units. It would go on to get rereleased on the Game Boy Color five years later, with a 'DX' tagged on the end of the title and a bonus dungeon for our troubles. Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Topics: let's play, DICKS FOR DINNER, Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX
Let's Play
Dec 20, 2012 Maple Leaf
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GoldenEye was a James Bond movie starring Pierce Brosnan as Bond himself, released in 1995. It was the seventeenth Bond film and, unlike every other Bond film to date, it took no elements from any Ian Fleming story and was completely apart from his works. Most people of the younger, late 80s generation will probably relate to this film as their first James Bond movie. It was followed up with its own videogame released exclusively for the Nintendo 64 in 1997. The Nintendo 64 game was developed...
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Dec 20, 2012 Haller
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Fresh off the release of Sly Cooper 3 in 2005, Sucker Punch Productions wanted to do something outside of their comfort zone. Over time, the developers decided they wanted to start making a game about being a new type of super hero and thus the idea for Infamous was born. 4 years later Infamous was released in May 2009 to critical acclaim by gaming publications and gamers alike. The idea of the game is to give the player a great number of super powers and see how the player uses those powers...
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Dec 19, 2012 kalonZombie
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Ratchet and Clank is made by Insomniac studios, the same people responsible for the Spyro series, as well as the newer Resistance series. The first game was released on the Playstation 2 in 2002, and claimed to have the most weapons of any game before it. I'm pretty sure the claim was true, because there were over 36 of the fuckers, if the back of the box is to be believed. It starred Ratchet, a Lombax, Clank, a robot, Captain Qwark, a sellout hero, and Chairman Drek, a businessman. The last...
Topics: let's play, kalonZombie, Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction